what is the difference between test cross and back cross?
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Answer / pushpa
BACK CROSS IS THE CROSS BETWEEN PROGENY IN F1 GENERARATION
WITH ANY OF ITS PARENTS.
F1 PROGENY* PARENTAL PLANT
TEST CROSS IS THE CROSS BETWEEN PROGENY IN F1 GENERATION
WITH ITS RECESSIVE PARENT.
F1 PROGENY*RECESSIVE PARENT
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Answer / rinki chaurasia
all back cross are not test cross but all test cross are
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Answer / avantika roy
Back cross is the cross between progeny of 1st filial
generation with any of its parent.
Test cross is a part of back cross between f1 individuals
with homozygous recessive parent.and it is done to know the
unknown genotype(whether it is homozygous or heterozygous)
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Answer / jyotsna thakur
Back cross is done to know the genotype of parents along
with the progeny but test cross is done to know the
genotype of progeny of F1 generaton.
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Answer / joseph
a test cross is the cross made between the progeny and the recessive parent,whereas the back cross means crossing of progeny with either dominant or recesive parent.
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Answer / oyetunde oyeniran
Test cross helps to determine the genotype of the
f1 progeny while back cross helps to achieve
offsprings with similar genetic identity to that of
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Answer / manikamta
The trust cross is useful to know the genotype of the progeny whether it is homozygous or heterozygous
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Answer / nisar muhammad
Test cross is the cross fertilization of phenotypically
dominanat individual with a homozygous recessive individual.
Back Cross is defined as "When the hybrid cross to one of
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